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Web Browsing Behind ISA Server HOWTO

by Raheel Abdul Hameed (raheel at raheelhameed dot com)

v1.0, April 2003

If you are using a Linux box connected to a Windows-based ISA server, this article will help you set things up so you can browse the web from your Linux machine. I decided to write this article because I experienced similar issues, and after some digging found some ways to web-enable my cute Linux machine. So here is this article with the hope that you'll like it and find it useful. Any feedback will be appreciated, especially in the patch form :)

1. Introduction

2. ISA Server

3. Method #1 - Enable Basic Authentication

4. Method #2 - NTLM Authorization Proxy Server

5. Appendix

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